Not my kid, but man it was hard to mind my own business! I'm not sure what to think of this...I was at Target and a woman with a newborn and a 5 yo were within 15 to 20 feet of me the whole time I was in the store. The little boy was swearing and kicking things and she just acted completley oblivious. So the newborn starts screaming. She ignores it, ignores ignores ignores. After 25 minutes, the baby was hysterical, choking from screaming so hard, trying to catch her breath. Now get this, the woman was leisurly shopping while this is going on. Reading labels, checking stuff out, etc. Like she couldn't hear it or something. She made no attempts to comfort or feed the baby either. 45 minutes total this baby cried until she left the store. People were staring at eachother perplexed. I felt so bad for this baby. I usually mind my own business, but I really felt terrible for that baby. Why would someone do this? It was strange.Answer Question
Answer by josiesmommy00 at 11:21 AM on Mar. 28, 2011
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Answer by AllAboutKeeley at 11:24 AM on Mar. 28, 2011
That is horrible! The only time I let my newborn cry at a store was the first time I went grocery shopping with my two kids, when were checking out my daughter started to cry (she was probably a month old) the cashier gave the dirtiest look and I finally snapped and said "she's a baby she's going to cry! Why don't you stop with the dirty looks and scan my damn groceries so I can get the hell out of here". I was little embarrassed that I snapped, but seriously she was only crying for like 5 minutes and I needed my groceries and I was already at the checkout.
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